Tags: Empoloyment

NALC announce clerk salary award for 2019-20

Following the introduction of the National Living Wage, the National Joint Council for local government, which agrees on pay and conditions for employers applying national terms, has introduced a new pay spine effective from 2 April 2019. You can read about how that effects clerks employed on the national agreement terms agreed between NALC and the Society of Local Council Clerks in our employment... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 10 Dec 2018 09:55 by Wendy Amis

Tags: Finance and Audit, Council business, Empoloyment

Trade Union Pay Claim 2018/19 consulation

The local government unions' have this week submitted a pay claim which is open to consultation among local councils.

  • The pay claim for 2018/19 includes a 5% increase on all NJC pay points, the deletion of NJC pay points 6, 7, 8 & 9 (the deletion of these pay points to occur after the 5% increase has been applied to ensure that no NJC pay points fall below the Foundation Living Wage rate of £8.45... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 19 Jun 2017 11:06 by Wendy Amis

Tags: HR, Empoloyment

2016-2018 National Salary Award

The National Joint Council for Local Government Services (NJC) has reached agreement on pay scales for 2016 - 2018. New pay scales for 2016/17 are to be implemented immediately and backdated to 1 April 2016.

The document can be found under Documents HR/Employment

Posted: Wed, 25 May 2016 14:42 by Wendy Amis

Tags: Empoloyment

Legal Topic Note 79 - Staff Pensions

Legal Topic Note (LTN) 79: staff pensions has been updated to confirm that the earnings criteria for "eligible jobholders", "non-eligible jobholders" and "entitled workers" remain unchanged for 2016/2017. The note can be found under documents / LTN (Legal Topic Notes)

Posted: Wed, 04 May 2016 09:29 by Wendy Amis

Tags: Empoloyment

National Living Wage 2016/17

National Living Wage 2016/17

NASLC Briefing note available under Documents / Employment / HR on this website

Posted: Wed, 06 Apr 2016 15:05 by Wendy Amis

Tags: HR, Empoloyment

Fit For Work

Fit For Work Begins

From December 2014 Councils, Employees and GP's have been able to access the new Fit for Work Occupational Health Assessment Service.

The initiative is being rolled out on a region by region basis and is expected to cover the whole of the UK by May 2015.

Further details, as supplied by Chris Moses can be found under the employment tab in the documents section of the DALC website.

Posted: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 16:16 by Wendy Amis

Tags: Empoloyment